Robert Green Ingersoll was one of the most popular lecturers of the late 1800's. Known as "The Great Agnostic," he continually brought science, reason, and secular values into the public square.
Ingersoll was an early popularizer of Charles Darwin and a tireless advocate for women's rights, racial equality, and birth control decades before others would pick up the cause. He often poked fun at religious belief, and he defied the religious conservatives of his day by championing secular humanist values.
Celebrate his work with this commemorative poster!
11" x 17" on high-quality 100lb Gloss Book paper. Suitable for framing. Poster is rolled and shipped in a protective tube.